Monthly Archives: June 2015

Remembering the love story…..

Todays guest post comes from Deborah Hamilton, Community Links Practitioner for Health and Social Care Alliance Scotland based at the Green Practice in Govan Health Centre.  You can follow Deborah on Twitter at @debsmakeslinks Let see what she has to

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Oxleas NHS Trust pledge to make a difference!

Happy Tuesday Everyone, Thank you to Natalie Warman Associate, Nurse Director at Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust for inviting Dementia Carer Voices to speak at the trusts 12th Annual Conference ‘Driving and Embedding Safety and Quality of Care’ last week. Thank you also

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University of Bedfordshire pledge to DCV #ICare Conference

Happy Monday Everyone, This week is looking to be very busy for everyone here at the ALLIANCE, with the NHS and ALLIANCE conference taking place. But first we have the pledges from University of Bedfordshire that were made on Monday

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Dementia Carer Voices Talking Integration and Transformation at the NHS Conference

The annual NHS Scotland conference is taking place next week, and the Dementia Carer Voices team will be out in force to listen to and promote your voice. Our Director Irene Oldfather will be chairing a session with Jim Pearson

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Adorable Keepsakes from Susan Paterson

Todays guest post comes from Susan Paterson, who has started her own business making hand and feet castings, capturing the casts of people with their loved ones.  Tommy met Susan when he was speaking at Abbotsford Nursing Home in Ardrossan on

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The Power of Attorney Campaign

  This weeks guest post come from Jill Carson, Head of Older Peoples Services, Great Glasgow and Clyde CHP speaking about the Power of Attorney (POA) campaign.  You can follow POA on Twitter at @StartTalkingPoA “Here at mypowerofattorney.org.uk we are working hard to

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University Nottingham Hospitals NHS Trust Pledge to Make a Difference

Thank you to Dr Joanne Cooper, Head of Nursing and Midwifery, Sara Deakin Practice Development Matron for Older People Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust and Bridget Johnston, Professor of Palliative Care at the University for the invite to visit and

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